Nov 212012

Last week: 31 (+0)

Record: 1-9

I used to think the Chiefs were better than the Jaguars, but I don’t really think there’s any difference between the two now that Brady Quinn is going to be the Chiefs’ starting quarterback; in fact, the Jaguars might even be better if Chad Henne can establish himself as clearly better than Gabbert (he had a great game last week, but he’s known for being inconsistent). I don’t know what the Chiefs are thinking by starting Quinn. He only thing he’s going to be good for is making sure they can get a top-2 pick, which maybe answers my question. They’ll almost definitely be looking at a quarterback early, but unfortunately for them, this isn’t really a strong quarterback class.


RB Jamaal Charles: Rushed for 87 yards (26 after contact) on 17 attempts, caught 4 passes for 31 yards on 5 attempts, 1 drop

TE Tony Moeaki: Caught 4 passes for 73 yards on 5 attempts on 29 pass snaps, 6.0 YAC per catch

SS Eric Berry: Allowed 2 catches for 28 yards on 4 attempts, 13 solo tackles, 1 assist, 9 stops

FS Abram Elam: Allowed 1 catch for 5 yards on 1 attempt, 1 penalty, 5 solo tackles, 1 assist, 1 stop

P Dustin Colquitt: 7 punts for 352 yards, 3 inside 20, 4 returns for 24 yards, 44.0 net yards per punt


LT Branden Albert: Allowed 1 quarterback hit and 3 quarterback hurries on 20 pass block snaps, run blocked for 17 yards on 2 attempts

WR Steve Breaston: Caught 1 pass for 13 yards on 2 attempts on 26 pass snaps, 0.0 YAC per catch, 1 drop

CB Brandon Flowers: Allowed 5 catches for 89 yards and a touchdown on 11 attempts, 4 solo tackles, 1 assist, 1 stop

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